Climate code red network grows

On March 1 more than 80 activists met to create “Climate Code Red Network” (CCRN). This came after more than 200 activists from across Victoria came together in February to begin a new movement to stop global warming.

CCRN is preparing a set of practical demands and actions as well as networking and educational strategies, in the context of general demands to end carbon-based energy production.

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